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The immune status of 123 out-patient women of a reproductive age with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) was studied. Immunodeficiency was observed in 100 (81 %) patients: B-type in 46 (56 %), T-type – 27 (34 %), and admixed type – 10 (8 %) patients. Women with deficient humoral immunity did not have Enterococcus faecalis, which was present in women with deficient cellular immunity – 6 (18 %) or admixed type – 5 (15 %), and 100 % of those with PID. Some patients with B-type immunodeficiency had Chlamydia trachomatis – in 13 (23 %) or Escherichia coli – 5 (9 %).
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Keywords: pelvic inflammatory disease, microflora, urogenital tract, microbial associations, immunodeficiency, cellular immunity, humoral immunity